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Dharma Life Magazine - Buddhism for Today

Dharma Life is a print magazine devoted to the meeting of Buddhism and the modern world. It is published three times a year. This online edition gives a selection of the articles available in the printed version. more
People around the world are discovering Buddhism. Sooner or later they have to make sense of its teachings in their own lives and contexts. The question of bringing Buddhism home is explored in this issue.
Norman Fischer, a leading Zen teacher, explains to Vishvapani his initiatives to revive Jewish spirituality through meditation.
Raised as Chinese in a white American suburb, Viveka found the Dharma while studying Chinese at college. Here she reflects on race, identity, and the irony of being a Chinese Western Buddhist.
We can find freedom in fellowship, argues Subhuti, if we expand our horizons through the practice of internationality.
When Buddhists created Sudarshanaloka Retreat Centre in the New Zealand bush they had to honour the spirits of the land. Taranatha describes an organic development.

Book Reviews

Author: Donald S Lopez

Author: Michael Downing

Author: Ranjini Obeyesekere

Author: Eric Paul Shaffer

Author: Paramananda

Author: John Lane

Author: Martine Batchelor